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Siemens Gamesa Partners On Offshore Wind-to-Hydrogen

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Siemens Gamesa has signed a memorandum of understanding with Strohm to collaborate on the development of offshore wind-to-hydrogen infrastructure.

The partnership will focus on the advancement of hydrogen transfer solutions that will look to improve the decentralized green hydrogen concept, whereby green hydrogen is generated in each turbine generator and transported to shore by a subsea pipe.

In this concept power cables are replaced by a pipe infrastructure used for storing and transferring hydrogen.

Thermoplastic composite pipe (TCP) will be used.

December 8, 2021 - Posted by | Energy, Hydrogen | , , ,


  1. Have you seen this? The premise of arguments against Hydrogen appears to be that a) anything but green hydrogen is harmful and b) sustainable electricity is better used for other purposes. Obviously, there are exceptions, but the main argument suggests that Green Hydrogen is not the panacea to solving global warming etc and needs to be used very selectively.

    Comment by James Martineau | December 9, 2021 | Reply

  2. Trying to get my head around this concept. Build an electrolysis plant in the North Sea and run a hydrogen pipeline to shore, rather than generating electricity and transferring the power by undersea cable to a shore based electrolysis plant. Can it really be better technically and economically? Someone convince me

    Comment by fammorris | January 8, 2022 | Reply

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